One of the greatest perks of living in San Francisco is the access to so many international eats. Though dim sum brunch or weeknight hangs at a Burmese place are commonplace, when was the last time you
The hotly anticipated Detroit outpost of Ann Arbor’s beloved Cuban burger restaurant Frita Batidos is on track to arrive by mid-July. Chef Eve Aronoff tells Eater that the restaurant is entering the final
Duane Betts and Devon Allman honor their fathers’ legacies—while forging their own paths—with new album Down to the River Hanging out backstage isn’t what it used to be. Remember the movie Almost Famous?
Some of the most exciting houses in the world hardly look like houses at all—at least not in the traditional sense. Whether built into the side of a mountain or in an arresting shape, they are boundary-pushing
We can't wait to try every recipe in the book. José Andrés never rests, and we couldn't be more thankful. While running his restaurant empire and keeping up with his many philanthropic pursuits, Andrés
Sweetbitter, a buzzy new debut novel by Stephanie Danler released this week, might be swallowed up by its own buzz. That’s unfortunate, because it’s a lovely book. In the month before its publication,
Psychological thrillers are nothing new, but Netflix aims to put a new spin on the genre with What/If. The anthology series, by the creator of ABC's early-2010s thriller/soap Revenge, digs into questions
Amazon's Alexa contains multitudes. Today, Alexa can perform more than 90,000 skills and counting. Did you know you can ask her to remember where you put your wallet? Didn't think so. Ahead, here are the
Yesterday, we asked brewers to tell us the one beer they’d drink for the rest of their lives if they had to choose just one. Before that, we asked bartenders to pick the one whiskey they’d drink on a island.